Kevin Hirzel to present at Michigan CAI Annual Conference & Expo – March 13, 2015

Kevin Hirzel’s presentation “Construction Defect Resolution – Appropriate steps a post-transition control board of directors should take with respect to discovering and resolving construction defects” will be in the Pearl Room from 1:00pm to 1:45pm. Event:CAI Annual Conference & Expo Start:March 13, 2015 8:30 am End:March 13, 2015 4:30 pm Organizer:CAI MI Phone:734-9531-2084 Email:ced@cai-michigan Venue: Suburban Show Place Address: 46100 […]

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Transitioning from Developer Control to Nondeveloper Co-owner Control: Five Practical Steps Every Condominium Should Take

Every community association in Michigan undergoes a transition or “turnover” phase whereby the control of the community association changes from developer control to owner control.  In Michigan, the transition process for condominiums is governed by the Condominium Act, MCL 559.110, et al. Unfortunately, homeowner associations are not included in the Condominium Act and are solely governed by the terms in […]

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A Board of Directors' Guide to Resolving Common Element Construction Defects in a Michigan Condominium

Michigan condominium associations are responsible for the maintenance and repair of the general common elements.  While many condominium associations budget for repairs and maintenance of the common elements over an extended period of time, most associations are unprepared to address common element construction defects caused by a developer’s inadequate design, use of defective or substandard materials, insufficient site testing or […]

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